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A REFRESHING NEW SHOW DEDICATED TO THE INDUSTRY


The launch of a brand new, much-needed industry exhibition THE FIT SHOW, is brilliant news and could not have come at a better time for the industry.


The news is even more welcome given that the new event – to take place next April at the Telford International Centre – is being designed BY people who are in the industry FOR the people in the industry – now there’s a novel idea!


Already the event, which offers a refreshing take on the whole exhibition concept - is receiving very strong and encouraging support with more companies signing up each week. The organisers have clearly done meticulous research, pooled and applied their own considerable industry experience, and come up with an event that looks set to be a real winner.


Among the first companies to sign up for


the event was Totali Timber, which is featured in this issue. MD Dave Ruzicka, who has extensive experience in the industry, was quick to recognise the benefits and firmly believes that the Show will be a great success.


Posh frocks, black ties, a great social event and a chance to do some good – the rush is on for tickets to GM Fundraising’s event at the Holiday Inn Birmingham on 28th April – don’t miss out!


It remains to be seen what will be


achieved by the new Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change. Ed Davey says he is committed to “green growth” and his background certainly indicates that commitment. He said: “There may have been a change at the helm but there’ll be no change in direction or ambition.”


But Chris Huhne will be a hard act to


follow: he was a well-informed, very high profile, dynamic politician.


The anxiety people in the solar industry


have been feeling since the FiT changes were announced have, at least to some degree, been calmed by a round table meeting at the DECC. Industry insiders reported feeling more positive and are hopeful that the Government more fully understands the serious implications of the changes.


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